DataLogging for Mac OS X 10.6
Later operating systems Mac OS X 10.7 & 10.8 the application has been reported to function but is not supported
Enlarge: DataPlot showing eye colour graph, this may take a few seconds.
Enlarge: DataSweet OS X Main Menu, this may take a few seconds.
DataSweet for Mac OS X contains;
All in one great application.
Suitable age range: 7 – 14 yrs.
DataSweet for Mac OS X has been developed specifically to meet the needs of data handling for schools. It is ideally suited for the National Curriculum at Key Stages 1, 2 and 3, Scotland 5-14 and K12.
DataSweet is a powerful, yet clear and easy to use application which means that pupils are able to concentrate on the data handling activities without worrying about the complexity of the software. The suite comprises of a graph drawing application and database.
This product has been consistently popular in all its previous versions since its launch in 1990.
DataSweet offers the opportunity for schools to develop students data handling skills at different levels, making it an ideal solution.
You can now add a great new datalogging module to DataSweet.
(Note: This is a purchasable upgrade)
*DataCalc - the spreadsheet component for DataSweet is still in development.
Special pricing if you buy both DataSweet and Datalogging for Mac OS X. Learn More...
Enlarge: Eye colour graph in DataPlot, this may take a few seconds.
DataPlot is an easy-to-use graph drawing program that allows children to enter data and see the graph updated immediately. Bar charts, Pie Charts, Line graphs and Scattergrams can be quickly produced and settings changed to suite. Up to four independent data sets can be entered and then plotted on a single graph.
Graphs can also be exported as a picture file.
DataPlot can recognise when colours are used as labels and will colour the graph appropriately.
Enlarge: DataFind showing a house database, this may take a few seconds.
DataFind is a database which introduces the concept of fields within records. Fields may contain different types of data for example, text, numbers dates...
A frequency count is maintained on a given field and can be automatically grouped for numerical fields, this means producing graphs from numerical data is really easy.
Key Stages: 1, 2 and 3 including special needs secondary and adult.
Supports the following QCA schemes of work:
2E Questions and answers,
Program of study reference KS1 1b, 1c, 2c, 4a, 4c
3C Introduction to databases,
Program of study reference KS2 1b, 1c, 2b, 4a
4D Collecting and presenting information: questionnaires and pie charts
Program of study reference KS2 1b, 1c, 2a, 3b
5C Evaluating Information, checking accuracy and questioning plausibility
Program of study reference KS2 1a, 1b, 1c, 3a